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grama Explained

grama at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

['græmə]

grama at Portuguese => English Of Explained:

gram, gramme, grass

grama at Portuguese => English Of Explained:

couch‐grass
gram, gramme

grama at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

grama
n : pasture grass of plains of South America and western North
America [syn: {grama grass}, {gramma}, {gramma grass}]

grama at Sanskrit => English (Monier-Williams) Of Explained:

grAma

1[ gr'Ama ] m. an inhabited place , village , hamlet cf. RV. i , x
cf. AV. cf. VS. &c.

---> the collective inhabitants of a place , community , race
cf. RV. x , 146 , 1 cf. AV. &c.

---> any number of men associated together , multitude , troop (
esp. of soldiers ) cf. RV. i , iii , x cf. AV. iv , 7 , 5 cf. ŚBr. vi
, xii

---> the old women of a family cf. PārGṛ. i , 9 , 3 cf. Sch.

---> ifc. ( cf. Pāṇ. 6-2 , 84 ) a multitude , class , collection or
number ( in general ) , cf. [ indriya- ] , [ guNa- ] , [ bhUta- ] ,
&c.

---> a number of tones , scale , gamut cf. Pañcat. v , 43
cf. MārkP. xxiii , 52

---> = [ indriya- ] cf. Jain.

---> m. pl. inhabitants , people cf. RV. ii , 12 , 7 ; x , 127 , 5

---> n. a village cf. R. ii , 57 , 4 cf. Hcat. i , 7 , 721/722

---> [ cf. [ ariSTa- ] , [ mahA- ] , [ zUra- ] , [ saM- ] ; cf. Hib. [
gramaisg ] , ` the mob ' ; [ gramasgar ] , ` a flock. ' ]

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grama at English (WD) Of Explained:

==English==

Noun

Inter: en-noun » s|-
  • a type of grass, Bouteloua oligostachya
    1. 2005: Every few years, Ingrid goes back to take a look, even though all that’s left is the old bleached shell of a house, surrounded by blue grama grass and tall trees with pale bark and waxy leaves. — Tom Drury, Path Lights, in The New Yorker, 17 October 2005

      Anagrams

      * Magar


    Old English

    Alternative forms

    * groma

    Etymology

    Inter: etyl » ang|-. Akin to Inter: etyl » ang|- gram "angry, cruel, fierce", grimm, grim "fierce, savage"

    Noun

    Inter: ang-noun » g=m
  • anger, rage; trouble
    1. demonic spirit, devil, demon; imp, puck

      Declension

      Inter: ang-decl-noun-n-m » gram



    Portuguese

    Noun

    grama {{f}} (uncountable)
  • grass

    Related terms

    Inter: top » 2
    • gramado


    Inter: mid » 2
    Inter: botto » m

    See also

    * erva
    • relva {{f}}

      Noun

      grama {{m}} (plural gramas)


  • gram (unit of mass)

    Related terms

    Inter: top » 2
  • quilograma

  • Inter: mid » 2
    Inter: botto » m
    Category: Category:Portuguese nouns -
    Category: Category:pt:Units of measure -

    Spanish

    Noun

    Inter: es-noun » f|-
  • grass

  • Translation: de » grama
    Translation: el » grama
    Translation: es » grama
    Translation: fr » grama
    Translation: fy » grama
    Translation: ko » grama
    Translation: hy » grama
    Translation: hi » grama
    Translation: io » grama
    Translation: lo » grama
    Translation: lt » grama
    Translation: li » grama
    Translation: hu » grama
    Translation: mg » grama
    Translation: nl » grama
    Translation: pl » grama
    Translation: pt » grama
    Translation: ta » grama
    Translation: vi » grama
    Translation: zh » grama